1995 Chevrolet S-10 LS ext. cab Short box 2.2L 4 cylinder. from North America
The yellowest sourest lemon Detroit has made to date
Transmission, Clutch, Starter, Radiator, Water and Fuel pumps, Power steering Pump, Rear Differential, Drive shaft U-joints, Head and head gasket, and if that were not enough, split the block and dropped antifreeze into the oil pan.
Truck handled quite well after antisway kits were installed, slowly, but nicely. terrible wind noise at speed on the expressways, but a very comfortable truck, too bad it was so poorly built.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 30th April, 2004
15th Dec 2004, 19:25
Hmm, I just bought my fourth S-10 yesterday. It's a 1995 Short Box, 4x4 too. It has NO wind noise whatsoever, and it only has 207,000 miles on it so far! No wind noise, just like the '84, '88, (which I still own), and the '91 that went before it. NO wind noise in any of them. Maybe it has something to do with your handling issues?
P.S. If I'd bought any of these new and they had ANY wind noise, it would have been the dealer's baby the next day.
28th Dec 2005, 08:53
If not a lemon, the 1995 Chevy s-10 ls ext cab Short-box is an orange at best. I have experienced the same problems as one of the other owners in this review. After three years ownership the block cracked causing antifreeze to leak. Replaced engine. Replaced clutch. Replaced heater core. The list goes on and on. The 2.2L engine just can't handle all of the functions intended. I would buy the V-6.